Recently we were interviewed by MINDFOOD about the World of WearableArt Show (and quite a bit more) in a piece called “The WOW factor at the World of WearableArt Awards Show.”
overs of alternative wear are consistently tickled by the lace, latex, and all around wild fashions revealed at the yearly Metropolitan Museum of Art Couture Costume Institute Gala. This year the wardrobe revealed at the 2019 Met Gala, played fast and loose with the theme of ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion.’
Halima Aden has been involved in a lot of firsts. In 2016 the Somali-American model was the first woman to compete in the Miss Minnesota competition wearing both a hijab and a burkini, and she was also the first person to wear a hijab on the cover of Allure magazine. In Sports Illustrated she wears […]
This last idea, how alternative fashion can impact the global sphere, is very much at the heart of the World of WearableArt competition we have been involved with and have won at in the past two years. This year marks our third entry into the competition, and just this week we learned that we passed […]
As we well know, one person’s risqué is another person’s every day latex couture. Calling one thing ‘sexy’ or even ‘alternative’ is undoubtedly an eye-of-the-beholder distinction, but one might say that the brand new Jennifer Lopez video for her song “Medicine,” is rather damn hot…and reveals an amazing array of wild costumes.